TRX Coin Point of Sale Service Poppy Can Leverage Tron Technology for Crypto Payments Adoption
Poppy Can Leverage The Tron Technology To Bring Mass Adoption to Crypto Payments
A new PoS system called Poppy is now promising to use the Tron technology to take crypto payments to the masses, which could boost the adoption of the token. The company promises to create an interesting solution that will use Tron’s technology to be more effiecient.
NullTX has recently talked about the main advantages of the system, stating that it is an agile solution that can be integrated with existing ones and has TronCard Support.
While point of sale (PoS) solutions are not necessarily rare in this market, many of them get some real traction, mostly because they are not well implemented. Poppy intends to be different by using all the potential of Tron to be faster than the other services and to link you directly with the Tron Network.
This, the article states, could lower the barriers of entry and make Poppy more popular, as it would be a recognizable retail experience for the customers instead of just another solution.
Also, it could be integrated with other solutions in the market right now that can take the service to a new level. Clover is currently one of the biggest Poppy partners and it has multiple PoS solutions that could be integrated within Poppy.
It was also noted by NullTX that Clover has over one million units and that this can help in the adoption of the service as there would be a lot of terminals in the market, so the retailers could easily enable Poppy to be used.
Finally, it would also be compatible with the new TronCard, which the Tron community uses as a sort of a credit card with easy transactions using TRX tokens and assets. This could boost the adoption of cryptos as well as making it a good payment solution and also help the Tron ecosystem. TronCard can also be used as as wallet service and for P2P transactions.
Will Poppy be successful? At the moment, that is simply impossible to tell, but it does seem to have all that it needs to achieve a certain level of success in the market if both companies play their cards right and the customers actually like the product.